Ankara Metropolitan Municipality is reopening the "Kurtuluş Park Traffic Training Track", which was closed due to the pandemic. Aiming to teach the traffic rules practically and practically to the little ones in the capital city, the Signaling and Infrastructure Branch Directorate of the Department of Science also carried out maintenance and repair works on the runway. Schools wishing to participate in traffic training, which will start on April 18, will be able to make an appointment by calling '(09.00) 12.00 13.00 16.00' between 0312-507 and 15-38 on weekdays.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, which aims to teach the traffic rules at an early age to the children of the capital city, reopens the "Kurtuluş Park Traffic Training Track", which has been closed for 2 years due to the pandemic. The Signaling and Infrastructure Branch Directorate of the Science Affairs Department will provide both theoretical and practical training with battery-powered cars at a level that children can understand and have fun.
FIRST COURSE STARTS ON APRIL 18
Schools wishing to benefit from free education will be able to make an appointment by calling “(09.00) 12.00 13.00 16.00” between 0312-507 and 15-38 on weekdays.
Traffic training, which started the application process on April 4, will be given in two sessions in the morning and afternoon on weekdays until the closing date of the schools. Students studying in the kindergarten and 1st and 2nd grades will be able to attend traffic education according to the appointment system to be taken by their schools. For the trainings that will start on April 18, the Metropolitan Municipality carried out renovation works at the Kurtuluş Park Traffic Training Track.